The choice to revoke the Uk citizenship of IS bride Shamima Begum has exposed her to a “real danger” of torture or death, a court has heard.
Shamima, certainly one of three eastern London schoolgirls whom travelled to Syria to participate the terror team, has launched a challenge that is legal the federal government’s choice to remove her of her citizenship.
Her attorney told the regular Mirror that she’ll argue she had been a target of rape by her spouse.
Tasnime Akunjee, representing Ms Begum, stated: “She ended up being hitched in a Isis ceremony within fourteen days of reaching Syria up to a fighter that is 23-year-old. Her context can be a rape target, or perhaps a statutory rape target.”
The Unique Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) is starting a four-day hearing that is preliminary main London, brought by Ms Begum’s household and supporters.
It follows a determination in February, because of the then Residence Secretary Sajid Javid to revoke her UK citizenship, she posed a continuing risk to the public because it was claimed.
Tom Hickman QC told the court today that the choice to remove Ms Begum of her citizenship had been illegal and exposed her to a “real danger” of torture or death.